The following is a brief guide to submitting your work to eSharp.
All contributors are asked to sign a copyright declaration, which essentially confirms that they retain the rights to their work. The declaration runs as follows:
I hereby assign to eSharp non-exclusive rights to reproduce this article electronically (in full or in part) and to publish this work in any such media current or later developed. As author I retain all rights, including the right to be identified as the author wherever and whenever this article is published, and the right to use all or part of the article and abstracts, with or without revision or modification in compilations or other publications. Any such later publication shall recognise eSharp as the original publisher.
From issue 5, all eSharp publications have followed a style guide based on the ISO and Harvard system, revised in 2007. If you wish to submit to eSharp, we ask you to read this Style Guide carefully (available for download by clicking on the link) and to make sure your referencing system conforms to our requirements. All articles should adhere to the word limit (4000-6000 words) and be submitted with a bibliography listing all works cited (not works consulted). In addition to that, we ask you to include a 200-250 word abstract of your argument, and a list of 3-5 keywords to indicate the subject area of your article. These should be submitted in Word document or RTF format.
All submissions will be anonymously considered by at least two peer-reviewers working in relevant areas of research. They will advise the Editorial Board to accept or reject a submission and will supply detailed commentaries to be forwarded to the author. As a journal run by and for postgraduates, we have created a professional but friendly environment in which we hope that constructive feedback will be of benefit to all.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.